Range: LNG driving gas demand

In this July 27, 2011 photo, the sun shines over a Range Resources well site in Washington, Pa. The company is one of many drilling into the Marcellus Shale layer deep underground and "fracking" the area to release natural gas. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)

Range Resources expects liquefied natural gas exports along with growing global gas demand to help the company boost production from around 1 billion cubic feet of gas equivalent to 3 Bcfe per day by 2018.

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